Saturday, February 27, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Why should I use PayPhrase?
Privacy: Shop securely across the web without sharing your credit card
Express Checkout: Speed through checkout without having to sign in
Parental controls: Let teens shop online within limits you set”
To get me started, Amazon created my own PayPhrase for my convenience. However, I really wish it hadn’t.
"Kendra's Brown Air?" Does this not give off a dirty vibe??? Maybe…uh, gassy or unhygienic? The image this phrase creates is just repulsive. No, Amazon, this does not help me at check-out or my better self-image. This phrase does not make me ever want to come close to check out! If I was reminded everytime I checked out that I smelt or was unsanitary, I would not be a happy camper. Jared suggested that maybe Amazon meant to say Kendra's Brown Hair- they just forgot to put the h on air. That's a nice redeeming thought, husband, but no, no. Despite the fact that I can create my own payphrase in place of this wonderful example provided by amazon, I have forever been deterred from this payphrase thing. When I clicked out of Amazon, a window popped up that said: "Kendra's Brown Air" is still available. Claim this PayPhrase or create your own. I have a feeling that that PayPhrase will be available for a lllooong time.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Monday, February 1, 2010
This past weekend my family came for a quick visit. Friday night we went to the BYU vs UCLA volleyball game. Cougars lost. The next morning we fancied them with Trader Joe’s pumpkin pancakes – MMmmm! We made a quick stop at
Sunday was great! We both LOVE our CTR A class. They are our favorite part of Sunday. Our afternoon was spent reading and playing on the new toy. Is anyone else as in love with the Gospel Principles manual as I am? I’m LOVING it! We topped off the evening with some TollHouse Chocolate Chip Walnut ready-to-bake cookies – our fav! I think we were both shocked to look down and realize that we just ate 12 cookies in 5 minutes. They were the mini’s, so 6 each isn’t bad, right? Plus, it was Sunday – my anything goes day!
TANGENT - This blog post title,“A Welcomed Addition,” holds dual meaning. One, Jared and I welcome the iMac into our home. Secondly, it holds reference to a creepy random BYU boy who asked my BFF Emiley if she wore perfume. She said no. He told her that perfume would be “a welcomed addition.” That’s almost as weird as a text I received from a boy I met on campus. He texted me to see if I was going to a party, which I replied I was. He then shot back the text “I’m going to try to dress to impress you. Do you think I can?” No response was remitted. Where was he going with that? BYU boys are weird but are great for comic relief.